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Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Clerk Not Seeking Re-Election

February 20, 2024

The clerk of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court in Suffolk County is not seeking re-election this year.

Maura Doyle, a Dorchester Democrat, who was first elected 28 years ago, called her experience “an incredible honor.”

“I have been invigorated over the years by the numerous collaborations I have had with my constituents, court professionals, attorneys, law schools, and bar associations,” Doyle said in a press release issued by her office. “Most of all, I have cherished working with my extraordinary staff and assistant clerks who have aided me in creating an incredibly responsive, accountable, and professional office for all who seek relief from the highest court in the Commonwealth.”

“However, I will not be seeking reelection in 2024 because the time has now come for me to step back from public life and look to a future spent with my amazing family who have graciously supported me throughout the years,” she added.

Doyle has practiced law in Massachusetts since 1981, according to The Dorchester Reporter.


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